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Please find attached the 2015 Ely Ouse hydro acoustic map for circulation.

Justin Mould

Fisheries Officer - A&R

Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire Area

Environment Agency, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon, Cambs, PE2 84NE

External Telephone: 01480 483907, Internal Telephone: Number (750 3907)

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Angling Trust Open Forum Milton Keynesadams mill open day 07

You are invited to attend the:

Angling Trust Fisheries Forum

November 25th 2015

in association with the Environment Agency

Milton Keynes Irish Club, The Pavilion, Manor Field, Milton Keynes MK2 2HX

Tea and coffee will be served from 6.45pm and the meeting will start at 7.00pm

The forum will befocussed on 3 major topics, River Restoration, Club Sustainability and Junior Participation


Welcome from the Chair - Kelvin Allen

River Restoration of the Upper Ouse - Kye Jerrom Environment Agency

Club Sustainability - James Roche Angling Trust

Junior Participation - James Lewis Angling Trust

Closing Remarks

Kye Jerrom is the fisheries specialist within the Fishery, Biodiversity and Geomorphology team at the Environment Agency.

James Roche is the Senior Regional Office (North) within the Angling Trust., leading to establish development and participation programs across the East Midlands.

James Lewis is the East of England regional officer for the Angling Trust leading on angling development and participation programs across East Anglia.

This meeting is free to attend and open to all. It is aimed at ALL freshwater anglers, Coarse and Game. It is a key opportunity to hear about the work of the Environment Agency and is a chance to tell the Angling Trust what YOU think their priorities should be. Plus updates from key organisations in your area.

There will be time allocated for Q&A with all speakers

It looks like being a fascinating meeting, so if you love angling and live within reach of Milton Keynes, make sure you attend.

To register, use the following link REGISTER NOW

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The Nene Welland and Witham forum was held on the 10th Oct 2015 in Nene House, Pytchley Lodge RoadKettering NN15 6JQ 10:00 - 13:00

The minutes and actions attached below. 

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87 Anglers turned out on a sunny River Yare at Langley near Norwich for the 2015 Eastern Region Shield Competition.

Winner on the day was John Weeden from London fishing for Team Image with an indivigual wieght of 12.430 kg.

20 09 2015 0003 800Overall John helped Team Image win with a points score of 69 and a winning weight of 32.060 kg, over 2nd placed Browning Hotrods with 69 points and a weight of 31.610 kg in a tight finish.

For a full set of results see the attached download sheet below.

Many thanks must go to Andy Sutter for looking after such a great Broads venue.









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A great event was run jointly between UOFCA and the EA on the history and science of what was once one of the greatest Barbel venues in the country, holding various fish of over 20lbadams mill open day

Adams Mill is not what it once was and the EA team presented some interesting material on what has gone wrong and what potentially could restore it to it's former glory.

In the afternoon attendees got their hands dirty being led on implementing some of the practical measures "in the river".

A gallery of pictures from the day taken by Dennis Hunt are below.

The presentations used on the day will also be attached.

I have also added a link to a Youtube video just demostrating the sort of fish that once brought anglers from across the country to this famous venue.


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Please find attached the 2014 Survey report for the Upper Great Ouse (Newport Pagnell to Bedford)

Chris Middleton

Fisheries Officer - A&R

Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire Area

Environment Agency, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon, PE28 4NE

External Tel: 01480 483818, Internal Tel: 750 3818, Mobile: 07881 512038

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Recent years have seen a decline in roach stocks on the Grand Union Canal between Milton Keynes and Braunston. Other canal fish such as gudgeon have also seen a major decline in their population, damaging the native fish biodiversity in the area further. grand union roach appeal

As a result, fewer anglers now visit the fishery and iconic waterway creatures such as otters, kingfishers and herons are also less likely to be spotted as roach are an important food source for them.

We need £5000 to reverse this decline in roach population. £5000 will allow us to increase the spawning success of the roach by introducing specially designed mats on which they can lay their eggs. It will also allow us to use boom boats to remove and relocate the non-native fish species zander to other fisheries, reducing predation pressures on roach stocks. If we don’t take action soon, there is the risk of further spread of zander southwards to the Tring summit and beyond.

If you can, please help kickstart the roach recovery on the Grand Union Canal by donating today.

UOFCA has already donated £1000 towards this scheme, so please help us by making a donation on the CRT link here.



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Click the ‘download attachment’ link below to download this report as a PDF


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